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The international superstar Eros Ramazzotti brings the Ischgl skiing season to a close with the legendary "Top of the Mountain Closing Concert". On 2 May 2020, the Italian pop-rock icon will be standing on the famous Idalp stage at an altitude of 2,320 m, celebrating the 25th season finale with thousands of fans.
On 2 May 2020, Ischgl celebrates the anniversary of the legendary season finale with 25 years of "Top of the Mountain Closing Concerts". Closing Act: Eros Ramazzotti. The international superstar will be taking the legendary Idalp stage at 13:00. The 56-year-old multi-instrumentalist brings with him: Classics such as "Se Bastasse una Canzone", "Cose Della Vita" and "Adesso Tu". But the superstar with the smoochy voice will also sing tracks from his new album "Vita ce n’è". His unmistakable, powerful voice guarantees a unique and unforgettable concert experience before the snowy backdrop of the Silvretta Arena.
Admission to the concert is included with a valid ski pass at a special rate. 1-, 2- or 3-day ski passes are available on site with the guest card of the tourism association Paznaun – Ischgl for 115, 139 or 159 euros. In addition, daily ski passes can be purchased for 2 May 2020, subject to availability, as of 27 December 2019 online at www.ischgl.com. The slopes of the Silvretta Arena will remain open to winter guests up to and including 3 May 2020.
Eros Ramazzotti live in Ischgl – the facts
When: May 2, 2020
Where: Idalp stage, Ischgl
Concert starts: 1.00 p.m.
Tickets: Admission to the concert is included in your special-rate ski pass. Ski passes are available on site with your guest card from the Paznaun tourist office.
-> 1-day ski pass: EUR 115
-> 2-day ski pass: EUR 139
-> 3-day ski pass: EUR 159
-> 1-day ski passes for May 2, 2020 are also available online (subject to availability).
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